‘Police have not given up’: New reward issued for information on 1982 Sydney bombing
NSW Police Minister Paul Toole says by increasing the reward for new information into the 1982 Sydney bombings he hopes there will be a “lot more interest” in the unsolved case.
Police have offered a $1 million reward for people who come forward with any new details concerning the bombing of Sydney’s Israeli consulate and the Hakoah Club in 1982.
Mr Toole said the incident was an “extreme act of international terrorism”.
“Our police have not given up, our police have continued to investigate this matter,” he told Sky News Australia.
“This will actually bring closure to the Jewish and Australian communities that were impacted by these bombings that we saw 40 years ago.”